Manfred Frasch mainly investigates Genetics, Mesoderm, Cell biology, FGF and mesoderm formation and Gene. His Mesoderm research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Drosophila Protein, Enhancer, Ectoderm, Repressor and Embryo. Manfred Frasch interconnects Receptor and Neuroectoderm in the investigation of issues within Cell biology.
His work carried out in the field of FGF and mesoderm formation brings together such families of science as Paraxial mesoderm and NODAL. He has researched NODAL in several fields, including Intermediate mesoderm and Lateral plate mesoderm. Gene is frequently linked to Molecular biology in his study.
His primary scientific interests are in Cell biology, Genetics, Mesoderm, Gene and Drosophila Protein. His studies deal with areas such as Drosophila, Anatomy and Somatic cell as well as Cell biology. His Mesoderm study incorporates themes from Ectoderm, Enhancer, NODAL and Heart development.
His work deals with themes such as Paraxial mesoderm and Drosophila embryogenesis, which intersect with NODAL. Genetic screen is closely connected to Computational biology in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Gene. His study looks at the intersection of Drosophila Protein and topics like Regulation of gene expression with Gene cluster.
Manfred Frasch spends much of his time researching Genetics, Cell biology, Gene, TBX1 and Transcription factor. He is interested in Mesoderm, which is a field of Genetics. His Mesoderm research incorporates themes from Gastrulation, Endoderm, Eye development and Fibroblast growth factor.
In his study, Drosophila Protein is strongly linked to Anatomy, which falls under the umbrella field of Cell biology. While the research belongs to areas of TBX1, Manfred Frasch spends his time largely on the problem of Cellular differentiation, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Hox gene and Blastema. His Transcription factor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Heart development, Paraxial mesoderm and FGF and mesoderm formation.
Manfred Frasch mostly deals with Genetics, Gene, Enhancer, Drosophila Protein and Drosophila melanogaster. His study ties his expertise on Physiology together with the subject of Genetics. His studies examine the connections between Drosophila Protein and genetics, as well as such issues in Mutagenesis, with regards to Cell biology.
His Endoderm research extends to Cell biology, which is thematically connected. He combines subjects such as Extracellular matrix and Developmental biology with his study of Drosophila melanogaster. The study incorporates disciplines such as Homeobox, Transcription factor, Eye development, DNA-binding protein and Fibroblast growth factor in addition to Mesoderm.
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tinman and bagpipe: two homeo box genes that determine cell fates in the dorsal mesoderm of Drosophila.
N Azpiazu;M Frasch.
Genes & Development (1993)
Characterization and localization of the even-skipped protein of Drosophila.
M. Frasch;T. Hoey;C. Rushlow;H. Doyle.
The EMBO Journal (1987)
Induction of visceral and cardiac mesoderm by ectodermal Dpp in the early Drosophila embryo
Early Signals in Cardiac Development
Stéphane Zaffran;Manfred Frasch.
Circulation Research (2002)
The Drosophila insulin receptor homolog: a gene essential for embryonic development encodes two receptor isoforms with different signaling potential.
R. Fernandez;D. Tabarini;N. Azpiazu;M. Frasch.
The EMBO Journal (1995)
Sequence similarity between the mammalian bmi-1 proto-oncogene and the Drosophila regulatory genes Psc and Su(z)2.
Maarten van Lohuizen;Manfred Frasch;Manfred Frasch;Ellen Wientjens;Anton Berns.
Complementary patterns of even-skipped and fushi tarazu expression involve their differential regulation by a common set of segmentation genes in Drosophila.
M Frasch;M Levine.
Genes & Development (1987)
Smad proteins act in combination with synergistic and antagonistic regulators to target Dpp responses to the Drosophila mesoderm.
Xiaolei Xu;Zhizhang Yin;John B. Hudson;Edwin L. Ferguson.
Genes & Development (1998)
A new Drosophila homeo box gene is expressed in mesodermal precursor cells of distinct muscles during embryogenesis.
Cord Dohrmann;Natalia Azpiazu;Manfred Frasch.
Genes & Development (1990)
Segmentation and specification of the Drosophila mesoderm.
Natalia Azpiazu;Peter A. Lawrence;Jean-Paul Vincent;Manfred Frasch.
Genes & Development (1996)
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